I’ll take a “double grande” Starbucks passion tea lemonade please. (Cold drink sizes, tall, grande, venti, double grande)
This post is the kissing cousin to the tea menu featured a few weeks ago in this blog. At the same time that Starbucks experimented with whole leaf in their stores, they tested a larger sized iced beverage. It was called “double grande” and 32 ounces in size. The test size was intended for Tazo tea beverages, and not Frappuccinos. Unfortunately, I didn’t save any of the old 32 ounce to-go cups, and the only picture I could find is attached. The “double grande” size prominently says Tazo Tea on it. Adjacent to it is a typical Venti Starbucks cup, and then next to that is one of the very early cold reusable iced to-go tumblers.
What do you guys think of a “double grande” size? Great for cooling off in the summer, or reminds you of “super size” me too much?
Edit on March 3, 2010:
Much to my surprise, Starbucks again is testing a super large cold drink size. The new round of testing is called the “Trenta” and is a test product currently, through the end of the month, in Phoenix and Tampa.
I have a recent blog post featuring the “Trenta” cup here:
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